Every day since the start of training camp, either Matt Flynn, Russell Wilson or Tarvaris Jackson have cycled to the podium in front of a Seahawks backdrop and been asked to handicap the three-way race to be the starting quarterback in Seattle.
And each day one of the trio stand before the bank of microphones and say the right things about enjoying being a part of the competition and doing their best to try and impress head coach Pete Carroll and the rest of the Seahawks staff.
Realistically, the competition will need to start getting paired down soon. Seattle has completed one week of training camp with no clear-cut favorite in the competition between the incumbent (Jackson), the high-priced newcomer (Flynn) and the upstart rookie (Wilson).
Some type of resolution - whether it's naming a starter or just dropping one from the competition - most likely won't come until after the first or second preseason games. But an indication of where Seattle may be leaning, or who is stepping ...